The Southeast PTTC, in partnership with Carolinas CARE Partnership, presents “HIV A to Z: An Interactive Training for Prevention & Treatment Providers”
Tuesday, November 1, from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. ET
This interactive learning opportunity will examine Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) through an intersectional lens. During this 6-hour virtual training, participants will learn about the history, as well as the future, of HIV. Instructors will use activities, videos, case studies, and interactive lecture format to introduce topics such as HIV Basics, History, Trauma, Homelessness, Mental Health, Substance Use, and Prevention Options for SUD professionals and other providers.
Please register by completing the form linked to the above button. The event invitation and virtual link will be sent via email following registration.
This course is approved by the NCASPPB
By the end of this 6-hour training, participants will be able to:
- Explain three of more facts about the history of HIV
- Identify factors that often intersect with HIV including mental health, trauma, and homelessness
- Execute activities and conversations to better understand the experiences of those affected by HIV
- Shannon Farrar
- Leslie Dill
- Reginald Walker
- Derrick Pegg
- Albrea Crowder
About Carolinas CARE Partnership:
Carolinas CARE Partnership, a dynamic HIV and Housing service provider for the Charlotte region, provides services including Community Education, HIV and STI testing, Linkage to Care, Medical Case Management, Mental Health, Housing Subsidies and Supportive Services, Housing Information Services, Opioid Prevention Planning for LGBTQIA populations, and Transcend Charlotte – services for trans* adults. In addition, we own 21 units of affordable housing and have undergone training to ensure our staff and services are trauma-informed, wellness-focused, and racially just.
About OPT Out Program:
The goal of the OPT Out Program is to increase collaboration between Carolinas CARE Partnership and local agencies to address opioid misuse for those we serve. Our target population is LGBTQ people ages 14-25 and people living with HIV. We are inspired to increase awareness and decrease stigma related to substance use disorders and HIV/AIDS. We focus on community engagement and opioid misuse prevention with a trauma-informed, harm reduction approach. Ultimately, OPT Out will reduce prescription drug misuse, among those we serve, through our coalition and partnerships with community stakeholders. We are working to help youth opt out of substance misuse!